The way we love now: couples who meet online
In the last 20 years, there has been a quiet revolution in the way we fall in love, not just on dating websites, but on Facebook, Twitter, Second Life
Crammed into the top shelf of my bookcase, Idiscover a ream of continuous form, 11x15, green-lined computer paper. You know, the kind with the rows of holes on either side that was once used for dot matrix printers? I bring the document into the kitchen. Myhusband is cooking supper, my 14-year-old son doing his homework. I flash the ream of paper at my husband.
"You're kidding me," he says.
I sit down at the table and begin toread. Soon I am crying. "Are you crying because you're happy or sad?" my son asks, alarmed.
I can't really answer him. The ream of paper is a time machine. Sixmonths of emails from me to my husband, from back when we first... [via Guardian - Technology]